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There, I'm convinced now
2008-02-07 21:16
by Bob Timmermann

The Smoking Gun has pictures of what Brian McNamee claims are the syringes and gauze pads he used to inject Roger Clemens with HGH.

Thankfully, ever since "CSI" came on the air, I have learned enough about forensics that I can perform a DNA test on those syringes by just using my eyes. Yep, it's Clemens DNA. I know it anywhere.

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The AP reports that the beer can in the first photo was found by McNamee in Clemens residence and was used to hide syringes.

2008-02-07 21:58:50
1.   The Mootz
Forget about the steroids, Clemens should be banned from baseball just for drinking Miller Lite.
2008-02-07 22:26:28
2.   Bob Timmermann
We don't know whose beer can it is.
2008-02-08 06:19:42
3.   Ali Nagib
Wait, you can see DNA, but not fingerprints? What kind of CSI Super Powers are those?
2008-02-08 08:00:27
4.   Johnny Nucleo
Why are the unopened packages of needles part of the evidence?
2008-02-08 08:20:23
5.   ToyCannon
Gotta love this

While Clemens' camp called it "manufactured" evidence, Emery said the items were "just a collection of stuff" thrown in a box and "kept in a basement for seven years."

Emery said McNamee kept the items because he "had this inkling and gut feeling that he couldn't trust Roger and better keep something to protect himself in the future."

Would it be irony if the prosecutor who was so hung up on nailing Bonds ended up nailing Roger Clemens on perjury charges in the aftermath of his witch hunt if Roger Clemens was his baseball idol?

2008-02-08 10:47:33
6.   scareduck
"Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy." -- H.L. Mencken
2008-02-08 12:16:19
7.   alex 7
what would McNamee need to trust roger about? "If you don't pay me, McNamee, I'm going to tell people you injected me with steroids"?
2008-02-08 12:44:45
8.   ToyCannon
Wouldn't it be the other way around. If you don't pay for the steroids then I'll tell people you took them. Any trainer who injected any player and was smart enough to keep enough evidence to prove it has all the tools he needs for blackmail.

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